David Maurice Clarke
Discography of Dave Clarke:
|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Electro Boogie Vol. 2 - The Throwdown||25||1998-04-02||Studio !K7|
|2||Compass||3||2000-05-05||International Deejay Gigolo Records|
|3||Red. 1 (of 3)||4||1994-00-00||Bush|
|4||Red. 2 (Of 3)||4||1994-00-00||Bush|
|5||X-Mix - Electro Boogie||17||1996-11-04||Studio !K7|
|6||Fuse Presents Dave Clarke||21||1999-10-18|
|8||Before I Was So Rudely Interrupted||2||2000-00-00||icrunch|
|10||Shake Your Booty||4||1997-00-00|
|11||The John Peel Session||4||1997||Strange Fruit|
|14||Red 2 - Remixes||4||1994-00-00||Re-load Records|
|15||Red 1 (Remixes)||6||1994-00-00||Re-load Records|
|17||Four Season (Rmx)||8||1994-00-00||ACV|
|19||Red 1||4||1994-00-00||Re-load Records|
|21||No One's Driving||3||1996-06-03||Deconstruction|
|22||Four Season (Rmx)||8||1994||ACV|
|23||No One's Driving||3||1996-06-03||Deconstruction|
|24||Shake Your Booty||2||1997||Deconstruction|
|26||Red 3||3||1995-00-00||Re-load Records|
|29||The Compass (Josh Wink Remixes)||2||2001-11-26||Skint|
|30||Electro Boogie Vol2 - The Throwdown||10||1998-04-02||Studio !K7|
|31||X-Mix - Electro Boogie - The Tracks||12||1996||Studio !K7|
|33||We Are Skint (LP Sampler)||2||2002-10-28|
|34||Red 1 (Test Edition)||2||1994||Bush|
|41||No One's Driving||3||1996||Deconstruction|
|44||Stargate||2||1996-00-00||Great British Techno Inc (GBT)|
|46||Way Of Life||2||2003||Skint|
|47||Way Of Life (Technasia Mixes)||2||2003||Skint|
|48||Way Of Life||2||2003-10-13||Skint|
|49||Way Of Life||2||2003-10-13||Skint|
Dave Clarke was born in Brighton, on 19 September 1968.
Has a recording studio in Amsterdam, Netherlands called [l=IPOE] which is an acronym for In Pursuit Of Excellence, sometimes written as I.P.O.E.
He is one of the most respected (and idiosyncratic) Techno DJ's and producers of the 90's.
Dave Clarke began his music career as a Hip-Hop DJ in the mid 80's, shifting to Acid House and later to Rave near the end of the decade. He began recording for [l=Stress Records] (as Pig City) in the early 90's and also appeared on [l=R & S Records], [l=XL Recordings] and his own [l=Magnetic North]. By the mid 90's he had gradually shifted away from Rave to a brand of straightahead Techno with the ferocity of Hardcore yet the sublime feelings of classic Detroit Techno. A series of three 12's named Red 1/2/3 gained fame during 1993-96 (the last entering the Top 40 in the U.K.), as did his ferocious DJ sets.
He's also known as a radio presenter, at the end of the year 2000 he hosted his own radio show Technology on Studio Brussels in Belgium where he promoted new Techno and Electro artists (for example Terence Fixmer). But due to recording and touring commitments the show was canceled.
In September 2006 he launched a new radio show White Noise, originally broadcast on 3FM in the Netherlands, his show gained success and is now played in the Netherlands (3FM), Belgium (Studio Brussels), Ireland (2FM) and Turkey (FG Istanbul).
Also thanks to the success of White Noise he launched a new label [l=White Noise (4)] too, where he releases music that he played on his radio show that has not been released on other labels, mostly by lesser known producers.